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24 Minutes of UX is a podcast of the people, by the people, for the people. The format is a combination of an after-work discussion, a 1-on-1 chat, a global community platform, and a coaching session. Episodes typically feature a Seeker and a Giver. The Seeker is a person seeking advice on a specific topic within the domain of UX. The Giver is here for sharing experiences about “what I wish I had known when I started with this topic”. Both the Seeker and the Giver can be senior or junior - we all learn all the time. Topics can be Measurement, Personas, DesignOps, Stakeholder Management, Design Leadership, Agile, Hiring, Forms, Research, Tools. You name it. The podcast is a global, grassroots, community-driven initiative and we welcome your participation. You can sign up at 24minutesofux.com to be a Seeker or a Giver - we will do our best to match you with someone interested in your topic. 24 Minutes of UX is the brainchild of Jesse Anton and Peter Horvath, creators of the 24 Hours of UX event series. Jesse and Peter are your hosts as we strive to create tighter links between people in the UX diaspora, enabling us all to become better UXers in the process. There are plenty of people in the trenches of UX with something to say, and this podcast is an open forum where diverse and fresh voices can be heard. Thanks for subscribing, and we look forward to welcoming you on the air one day. Until then, Keep Calm and UX On!
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Today’s topic is ethics in UX. Whose responsibility is it to create an ethical organization? What does it even mean to be ethical? And what does artificial intelligence have to do with any of this? Stay tuned, and you’ll find out. Our seeker for this episode is Rebecca Parlin, based out of Maine in the United States. Rebecca has over 10 years experience in graphic design, but she is a recent graduate of General Assembly’s User Experience Design program. During her studies she was fascinated with ethics, and how design decisions can change the world for the better - or worse. In her quest for even more information on the topic, she turned to our podcast for answers. We also welcome our Giver of advice, Sibylle Peuker, Ph.D. Sibylle is a Partner and UX Architect at Zeix, a user-centered design agency in Zurich, Switzerland. What makes her particularly well-suited for today’s topic is that she’s also a university lecturer for Digital Ethics. Sibylle is convinced that good design can make people healthier, happier, and even save lives, and has been the user’s champion for over 15 years. Testament to the varied background of UXers, Sibylle is a mathematician and computer scientist by training, and this knowledge comes in handy during her current work at the intersection of UX of Artificial Intelligence. 
Here's part 2 of our two-part episode on the topic of breaking into the field of UX. The truth is, most of us have come to the UX field by way of other career paths. Jesse was once a product manager, and Peter worked in marketing. Others have arrived via the paths of psychology, anthropology, market research, and even library sciences. The truth is that you don’t need to be a graphic designer or a human computer interface specialist to work in UX. So can you start your career working in bars and at ski shops and still become a UXer? Find out in this two-part episode featuring our seeker, Matthew Bradley, and our giver, Andrew Astleford. Matthew works as a digital transformation and design thinking coach for a large FMCG company based in Switzerland. Andrew hails from Atlanta, Georgia, where he works as a UX writer for a SaaS company.
Today’s topic is all about breaking into the field of UX. The truth is, most of us have come to the UX field by way of other career paths. Jesse was once a product manager, and Peter worked in marketing. Others have arrived via the paths of psychology, anthropology, market research, and even library sciences. The truth is that you don’t need to be a graphic designer or a human computer interface specialist to work in UX. So can you start your career working in bars and at ski shops and still become a UXer? Find out in this two-part episode featuring our seeker, Matthew Bradley, and our giver, Andrew Astleford. Matthew works as a digital transformation and design thinking coach for a large FMCG company based in Switzerland. Andrew hails from Atlanta, Georgia, where he works as a UX writer for a SaaS company.
Today our guests will talk about Object Oriented UX, or OOUX for short. The idea is rooted in practice, starting from a project for CNN in 2012. Since then the idea has evolved into a repeatable approach, helping UXers tackle any type of app, site or software. Grooming this OOUX approach since beginning is today’s Giver of advice, Sophia Prater. As a practitioner and trainer, she has worked with companies like CNN, Delta airlines, AT&T, Coca Cola, and many others. We also welcome our Seeker of advice, Joseph Duteil. He is UX Design Lead at Whitespace in Geneva, Switzerland, and has worked with clients in banking, such as EFG and Pictet, as well as the pharmaceutical giant, GSK. 
The topic for this episode is Integrating UX into your organization. Today, we’re excited to welcome our seeker, Daniel Boos, Product Owner User Experience Services at the Swiss Federal Railways. As head of UX for a national institution, and with a PhD to his name, Daniel is a poster-child for continuous learning. We also welcome our giver of advice, Jon Fukuda. Jon is co-founder of Limina, a UX consultancy in the United States specializing in business systems and domain-specific applications. In June of last year, Jon and his team at Limina published the 2020 Design-Integration Report with a focus on how organizations interpret design and the challenges they face in operationalizing and optimizing their design processes for business success.We hope the next 24 minutes help you reflect on the integration of design practices in your organization. Be sure to share your thoughts with us on 24minutesofux.com, and if you like these community-based insights please don’t forget to rate this podcast and share it with your colleagues. 
What is DesignOps? How do you know if your organization needs it? What does it take to put a DesignOps practice in place? What sort of KPIs are needed to track its impact? We cover all these questions and more in this exciting inaugural episode of 24 Minutes of UX, featuring Patrizia Bertini (DesignOps Lead for Intuit) and Leo Marti (founder of Positive Design and former UX designer at the BBC).
Welcome to 24 Minutes of UX, a grassroots, community-driven podcast series about user experience, featuring UX professionals from every corner of the planet. You can think of it as a combination of an after-work discussion, a 1-on-1 chat, a global community platform, and a coaching session, all wrapped up in easy-to-consume, 24-minute episodes. We are currently building up our backlog of topics. So if you’re a Seeker or a Giver, let us know on 24MinutesOfUX.com and we’ll do our best to match you with someone on the planet for a future episode. We’re looking forward to having you on the air with us. Until then, keep calm and UX on!
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